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Today’s neo-Luddite tech critics suggest that we should just be content with the tools of the past and slow down the pace of technological innovation to supposedly save us from any number of dystopian futures they predict. If they succeed, it will leave us in a true dystopia.READ MORE
When more competitors enter the market, it simply gives consumers more options. That doesn’t necessarily mean that established firms will disappear; it only means that they will have to adapt to meet customers’ demands so they can better compete with the newcomers.READ MORE
As millennials struggle to pay off their debt, buying a home and building a family both become a distant dream. Thankfully, we can use data provided by the OECD to urge others to look at the student-loan crisis from a different perspective. Perhaps in time, more will realize that our reliance on the state is why we’re in trouble.READ MORE
Environmental activists cling to the same stale policy prescriptions, no matter the situation. Only their rationale changes.READ MORE
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